Araldite


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Araldite

(ˈærəlˌdaɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) trademark a strong epoxy resin best known as a glue
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We take accurate amount of araldite resin and hardener which we have calculated.
A carbon fibre wheel designed for wheelchairs has used Huntsman's Araldite adhesives to bond the composite components together.
The irony of match sponsors Araldite, a well-known adhesive, having their logo emblazoned across advertising hoardings and at the back of the comfy dugout seats.
The aim of this contribution is to study the effect of different concentrations of Aerosil 380 in silicone oil M20 000 and of Bentone 27 in epoxy resin Araldite GY 260.
Araldite S-HCEP is hydrophobic and provides good tracking and erosion resistance and good water-diffusion breakdown strength.
Araldite 7047 epoxy adhesive is a high purity, 100% solids system designed for void-free bonding of circuitry and microelectronic chips to PCBs.
For instance, LP Composites in White Salmon, WA, relies on Araldite 2015 epoxy from Vantico Inc.
To attach the cables to an aluminum end cap at the edge of the rug, Absolute Lighting Designs uses Araldite 2011 epoxy adhesive.
The makers of Araldite believe this product should be successful although, of course, can give no guarantee.
ADRIENNE SAYS: It is possible to repair pots with bathroom sealant or Araldite.
This is the first epoxy resin facility in the Middle East, completed in late 1998 with technology provided by Ciba Geigy along with the use of its Araldite trademark.